L'ITALIA RIPARTE SOLO ATTIRANDO I RICCHI E I BRAVI E CACCIANDO I POVERI E INCAPACI


CINA...PIL COME NELLE ATTESE, MERCATI ASIATICI POSITIVI..MA..

 6,8%..IL PIL CINESE COME NELLE ATTESE...anzi un filo meno......il mercato azionario festeggia con un sostenuto rialzo sulla convinzione che la BANCA CENTRALE CINESE possa mantenere politiche accomodanti.....MA POLITICHE ACCOMODANTI POTREBBERO SIGNIFICARE YUAN DEBOLE....

Downward pressure on industry threatens to spread to consumption and services -- an unwelcome prospect for policy makers who must weigh the need for further monetary easing with the risk it would spur more weakness in the yuan and additional capital outflows. Another dilemma: cutting excess capacity that’s weighing on old industrial drivers without triggering a deeper slump.
"Growth is still soft but it’s not collapsing," said Shane Oliver, head of investment strategy and chief economist at AMP Capital Investors Ltd. in Sydney. "Policy stimulus measures are helping but more is needed to help the economy as it transitions from a reliance on manufacturing and investment to services and consumption."
Industrial production posted one of the weakest gains in the past quarter century, increasing 5.9 percent in December from a year earlier. That compared with a 6 percent median estimate of analysts and November’s 6.2 percent. 
LA PRODUZIONE INDUSTRIALE CRESCE DEL 5,9% ..E LE VENDITE AL DETTAGLIO SONO SALITE DELL'11,1% MA LE ATTESE ERANO PER UN +13%
Retail sales increased 11.1 percent from a year earlier, compared with the 11.3 percent projected by economists. Fixed-asset investment excluding rural areas expanded 10 percent last year, the slowest pace since 2000.
"This may complicate the fragile balance between carrying out reforms and maintaining growth," said Daili Wang, a Singapore-based economist at Roubini Global Economics LLC. "Fourth quarter growth was a mere 1.6 percent quarter-on-quarter, with annualized growth at 6.4 percent, already lower than the 6.5 percent growth target," citing his own calculations based on Tuesday’s data.
China’s economy is growing at two speeds, with old rust-belt industries from steel to coal and cement in decline while consumption, services and technology do better. Services accounted for 50.5 percent of output last year.

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Anonimo ha detto...

ha ha ha il PIL reale della cina nel 2015 si attesta tra 3,5-4% se questo dato verebe realmente difuzo il mondo collassa! ma come che viviamo nel mondo di oz e tutto magico?